Slot machine supplier Aristocrat Leisure Ltd says it is “working harder than ever” to serve its customers in Asia Pacific. The company promises what it says is an exciting lineup of new and updated products and game content for its stand at G2E Asia 2015.
“Aristocrat is proud of our reputation for Asia’s best performing games, but we don’t take it for granted. We’re working harder than ever to listen to the specific needs of our customers in markets across the region,” said Vincent Kelly, managing director for Asia Pacific.
“At G2E Asia we will be showcasing our response – namely deeper game content and a broader
portfolio that is tailored to the needs of local markets, and delivers both top performance and maximum choice,” added Mr Kelly.
In the entertainment segment, Aristocrat will exhibit an expanded game library with five new titles in the Chinese-themed ‘Magic Flower’ (pictured) and ’3 Emperors’ families of games.
The firm says that with the emerging success of the ‘Good Fortune’ link across Asia Pacific, it is supporting the platform with two new titles – ‘Pure Diamonds’ and ‘Lucky Festival’. In addition, Aristocrat will showcase its new hyperlink, ‘Fortune Tree’, which has a Chinese New Year theme.
G2E Asia will see Aristocrat launch a number of innovative games, including the Super Wheel Blast series utilising the new GEN 8 platform. Titles in this series feature 3D graphics, creating what the company says is a compelling gaming experience on its Helix cabinet.
“I look forward to welcoming customers to our booth at G2E Asia 2015 to see and experience more of the exciting innovation and Asian game content that Aristocrat delivers,” Said Mr Kelly.
Aristocrat Leisure is at stand 527.
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